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An Indian prince or king, who reigned over the tract between the Indus and the Hydaspes at the period of the expedition of Alexander, B.C. 327. His real name was Mophis or Omphis, and the Greeks appear to have called him Taxiles or Taxilas, from the name of his capital city of Taxila.


A general in the service of Mithridates the Great (Sulla, 15).

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